My name is Matthew S. Rosin [he/him/his], and I’m an essayist, songwriter, and stay-at-home dad. Once upon a time, I was an education thinker and policy wonk. (I hold a Ph.D. in Education.) But nowadays, my passion for understanding how people learn and grow runs through my creative work and family life.
I write about fatherhood as a learning process. I’m author of the memoir-in-essays Fatherhood Is Learning (2021) and publisher of the Fatherhood Is Learning newsletter. (For more of my fatherhood writing, click through here.)
I write fiction, too: my short stories has appeared in KYSO Flash, The Luxembourg Review, r.kv.r.y. quarterly, and Shotgun Honey, and I’m author of the novelette The Honeydrop Tree (2015).
I compose and record songs that blend popular and experimental genres.
I’m also a poet.
Reach me at m a t t [ a t ] m a t t h e w s r o s i n . c o m.
- Interview for r.kv.r.y. quarterly about my story “Hope,” with R.G. Chandler, February 2015